Veterinary

Giant Leaps Home: Homecoming 2021

Friday, October 1, 2021 Activities at the College of Veterinary Medicine tent will include the “Tick Toss” during the family “Boilermaker Boulevard” to celebrate Purdue’s return ahead of the Saturday October 2nd soccer game. Boilermakers at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine will be ready rain or shine to meet …

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Pet insurance proves to be invaluable for many customers

The family dog ​​or cat in today’s world has many more opportunities to live a better life and enjoy health care options that were not previously available or in many cases , considered unimaginable to them. The human-animal bond has enabled advances in medical research, specialized care and innovation that …

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Washington veterinary practice acquired by London-based group

A North East veterinary practice has been acquired by a London-based group that wants to expand its presence in the region. The Washington-based Dragon Veterinary Center was purchased by Medivet Group for an undisclosed amount. Originally founded in London, Medivet Group is a veterinarian owned and led group of over …

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How Covid disinformation created an ivermectin race

Ruth Jeffers, owner of Jeffers, the pet supplies retailer, said she ran out of ivermectin paste on her website this year. After she restocked with more expensive versions, those tubes also sold out. So this spring, she limited new customers to five hits. Partly driven by demand, it increased the …

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Puppies in pet stores remain a source of drug-resistant Campylobacter

Puppies in pet stores remain a source of human infections with Campylobacter jejuni strains resistant to recommended antimicrobial treatments. Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention previously published reports on C jejuni outbreaks since 2016 that involved puppies in pet stores. A scientific paper published in September 2021 …

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